Finding Value in Heritage Architecture: ERA Architects

Tuesday night marked the third address in Carleton University’s 2014/2015 Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism Forum Lecture... Read More

EVENT – Places That Matter #79: The Commodore Ballroom, Nov. 26

Places That Matter #79: The Commodore Ballroom WHEN: November 26, doors open 7pm, program starts at 8pm WHERE: The Commodore Ballroom... Read More

Book Review – Le Corbusier Redrawn: The Houses

Author: SooJin (Steven) Park (Princeton Architectural Press, 2012) Le Corbusier needs no introduction in the architecture and urban... Read More

What’s next for the Dennis Building?

The Nova Scotia government really, really wants to tear down one of Canada’s greatest, grandest 19th-century office buildings... Read More

Our Missing Heritage: What were we thinking? – Part One

In 1913 Vancouver had a thriving theatre district that included eight movie theatres as well as stock theatres like the Pantages and... Read More

Nicknaming the Toronto Skyline — why buildings need affectionate names

With the L Tower nearing completion, Toronto’s horizon has been pierced by another iconic skyscraper. The L Tower’s semicircular form... Read More

The truth comes out about how Grandview-Woodlands towers became part of the Plan

Gordon Price’s Pricetags is causing a stir again…..but not in the usual way. On the heels of the upcoming election, an... Read More

Edmonton’s Got a Fever

Tall buildings are all the rage in Edmonton these days. It seems the flood gates have opened on a new tall building frenzy, the likes... Read More

Book Review – The Architecture of Art Museums: A Decade of Design

As a building type, art museums are unparalleled for the opportunities they provide for architectural investigation and... Read More

Image of the Moment: Ottawa’s nicest public restrooms?

Image: Ottawa’s nicest public restrooms? Location: Vincent Massey Park, Ottawa, Canada Date of photo: October 25, 2014... Read More